Take position one on this chart below but play it at the 14th fret instead of the second. All the licks he plays are from this scale using the 4 high strings.
This is a simple and obvious blues rock solo. If I may suggest how to find these things better on your own:
1) learn the underlying chord progressions first: with the exception of free jazz, solos will be built on scales related to the chord progressions under the solo sections.
2) forget the TAB, try understanding that you're building a "vocabulary" of chord progressions every time you learn a song. The songs you already know have patterns and chord sequences and licks that are repeated in millions of other songs. Take some time to learn the similarities in what you already know, that unlocks tons of stuff in the future.